Many of us have already given up on our healthy new year resolutions so today on Good Food Friday I shared my tips to help us get back on track! These are simple things you can do to have a more nutritious 2019:
Tip 1: Take a multivitamin
But not just any multivitamin! I love Ritual because they are made for women and ONLY contain specific nutrients that are especially hard to get enough of from food sources alone like iron, omega-3 fats and magnesium. They are made with traceable, transparent ingredients so you know exactly what you are swallowing. You can find them at ritual.com where they also offer a prenatal vitamin as well.
Tip 2: Incorporate this superfood in 2019
Beekeeper’s Naturals products are the superfoods to incorporate in 2019 – they contain a slew of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and are sustainable sourced. The proplis is from the beehive and has been specifically studied for its immune boosting properties, so just 3-4 sprays and you are getting over 300 of these benefitcal compounds– great to take when you are traveling. The bee pollen is like the new chia seeds and is high in protein, vitamins and minerals and can be added to virtually any meal. The B-Powered is their raw honey that combines all the goodness of the hive.
Tip 3: Eat more veggies in 2019 with this simply trick
If your new year resolution is to eat more veggies then hummus is your answer. Lantana hummus is made with white beans and vegetables and come in a wide variety of flavors from your spicy to your sweet. I call this snack with staying power because you are getting fiber and protein, which will help carry you until your next meal. Lantana hummus is now available at Walmart!
Tip 4: Don’t give up your favorite foods and beverages!
My last tip is to find balance with you healthy New Year resolutions – you don’t have to give up your favorite foods and drinks. With Super Bowl Sunday this weekend, I shared the Michelob ULTRA Pure Gold which is a USDA certified organic beer that’s lower in calories and carbohydrates than a glass of wine. One bottle has 85 calories, 2 1/2 grams of carbohydrates. It’s light, it’s refreshing and as of January, it became the first major beer brand to receive the certified organic stamp of approval by the USDA.